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Age (NaPoWriMo #12)

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Age is a legendary director of awful movies.
It is a singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumental performer.
Age is the bold and the bashful.
It is community and children’s health.

Age delights in a wide range of beer.
Age is interested in the mundane and overlooked.
Yet itself is a wonderful, secret, and magic combination.

It is a naturally occurring block fundamental to the crafting of many blocks in the game.

In a small but impressive microcosm of the universe, age is creativity –
Alive, flourishing.
It offers more than 1000 possibilities.

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I am the co-author of this poem along with Google, where these phrases were found from searching the term “wood.” the task was to replace a concrete thing with an intangible idea, in this case, age. Surprisingly, there are many business names with this word, offering lots of unchanged inspiration from page 1-5 of the search results. Individually it seems a bit odd, but together I think it works!

Thanks for reading,
thebookybunhead

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Speaking Actions and Loud Words (NaPoWriMo #27)

Robert Doisneau (April 14, 1912 – April 1, 1994)

Robert Doisneau (April 14, 1912 – April 1, 1994)

Masters of panto-mime on paper
Skeptical about the regime’s intentions
Mind makes meaning of scribbles
Sneaky interpreters of thoughts that
reveal more than the winning formula
Footsteps in the dark.
Why is the pen mightier than the sword?

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Very interesting prompt today. I used the famous saying, “actions speak louder than words” and splitting it in half, plugged it into the Google search engine. From there we were to take any poetic phrases and use them as inspiration for our poem. Coincidentally, nearly every phrase in this poem was taken from result summaries, with a total addition of only three words. So I guess in a way Google is the author of today’s entry.

Thanks for reading,
thebookybunhead

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